Inpatient (hospital) services

Sometimes individuals with an acute organic mental illness, such as acute dementia, cannot be safely supported in the community or at home. These individuals may be referred to our inpatient unit, Cubley Court.

Cubley Court is a modern 36-bed assessment and treatment unit at Kingsway Hospital in Derby. It serves both men and women with an acute organic illness who require a period of assessment within an acute mental health setting.

The unit provides single-sex accommodation. It is split into two sections, a male side and female side. It has a shared lounge that links the two sections together.

While in hospital, individuals can expect a comprehensive assessment from a team of health professionals. They will assess the individual’s needs from a social, physical and mental health perspective.

The team work within the principles of the Care Programme Approach and focus on person-centred care. In this way, they provide a detailed assessment and a range of treatment options to help each individual achieve their best possible level of functioning.

Cubley Court Female: normally individuals over the age of 65, suffering from a dementia-type illness, who cannot be safely maintained in the community. Ladies under the age of 65 may be admitted if they are suffering from a dementia-type illness, on a needs-led basis.

Monday - Friday:

  • 2.00pm - 4.00pm
  • 6.00pm - 8.00pm

Saturday and Sunday:

  • 10.00am - 12.00pm
  • 2.00pm - 4.00pm
  • 6.00pm - 8.00pm

Download the Cubley Court guide